Pirates Archive

Pirates vs Islanders: Rematch, by SlyOwl

Saturday, March 14th, 2009

The pirates, although running for their pathetic little lives, are hunted down one by one by the Islanders, who are lead by a new King. At least the crocodiles are happy...

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Achu has killed Kahuka and now rules the tribe.

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MOC: Take Me to Cuba by Crimson Wolf

Monday, February 23rd, 2009

Yar! I be needin' ya to row me ta Cuba ya limey fool! Those are the possible words of the pirate aboard that forced the poor soldier to row him to Cuba. More likely is that fact that he has a cannon shoved up his nose.

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He has a cannon shoved up his nose!

'Take Me to Cuba' by Crimson Wolf is both funny and imaginative featuring humorous details and what looks to be a great background story line. The MOC is well complimented by a neat Photoshop background.

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Take Me to Cuba, a MOC by Crimson Wolf, in the Classic-Pirates.com forum

Port Royal, by Patriot720

Thursday, February 12th, 2009

One of our newer forum members, Patriot720, has made another beautiful MOC for us! Port Royal, a civilian port village, with an Imperial Trading Post cleverly built into its right side for protection against the evil Pirates attack!

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Imperial Trading Post DeLuxe

It is clear Patriot720 was inspired by both the PTV contest and Pirates Month. We are certain we will see many more great works from this magnificient builder!

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The Black Pearl by Brian Heins

Friday, January 23rd, 2009

Bonaparte has found pictures of this magnificent Lego pirate battleship in the Flickr gallery of a user called funkg177. After some investigation it seems to be the Black pearl, build by Brian Heins who also was the provider of the Pirates sets in the exhibition in Taiwan where these pictures were taken!

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Even the BSB looks tiny compared to this giant...Brian stopped counting bricks at 150,000, and the ship was recently valued at an amazing 15,000 USD !

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Captain Pete never backed away from a challenge! By DARKspawn

Tuesday, January 20th, 2009
Captain Pete never backed away from a challenge!
Captain Pete never backed away from a challenge
...but admittedly had thought that "Fish Monster Bay" was just another one of those over-dramatisations he'd come to expect from 16th Century maps!

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Har! Mine Be Bigger! By SirNadroj

Thursday, January 8th, 2009
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Har! Mine Be Bigger by SirNadroj.

An old pirate has caught a small fish, but when he got to the port, he found out that another pirate has caught a shark!
Poor pirate....
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The Day the Island Roared! by Hippotam

Tuesday, January 6th, 2009

Man: What's that noise?
Monkey: Ooh aah ahh ahh!
Man: It sounds like- A VOLCANO!

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Now head on over to the pirate forum to read what happens to the man and his monkey.

The Seagull, a smugglers sloop, by Captain green hair

Thursday, January 1st, 2009

You might have seen it before, but here is a full presentation.
The ship's name is the Seagull, it's a 6 cannon sloop used for smuggling purposes by captain Steve.

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The Seagull is build for speed and easy manoeuvring to avoid its enemies, but it also holds some mighty cannons to fight when necessary!

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